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Some thoughts on this domain, services, guidelines 

I haven't revised my guidelines since 2018. I really want to get help from some other moderators on how I can improve things.

As always, this instance and the other services are open for registration and I'm ready to actively moderate and listen to any feedback. The only reason I haven't updated is because of lack of other users.

I don't advertise the instance much because I don't feel like anyone feels compelled to come over, but that should really change. If I can convince anyone to move from some of the highly populated instances over to my little corner of the internet, it's a change for the better. A "hidden" danger of having giant instances is difficulty in moderating the content of those instances. Moving to a smaller one will always benefit the users in that aspect IMO.

sources:
werefox.dev/basic-guidelines
werefox.dev/services

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long post, #introductions 

Haven't made an updated toot in a while, so let's go for it.

What is up this is the cute pop punk foxxo online, playing games and making "content". I run this instance and a few other services on this domain, as well as a blog over @ werefox.dev

I mainly do video game livetoots, programmer talk, and a lot of shitposts. Account is locked, but as long as you're not a bot, and your instance's CoC isn't shady AF, I'll probably accept a follow.

If you're interested in following my personal life updates, send a follow! I work as a Test Automation Engineer and I love to post about my various setups and projects on follower-only.

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job hunting ad. boost+ 

Hey, if you're looking for developers and based in Austin or offer remote positions, hire me!

I have experience with Linux servers (including RHEL), OOP experience (C++/Java/Python), agile and CI/CD knowledge, and testing/automation experience!

Check out my portfolio for more:

pf.werefox.dev

It also looks like Halcyon is handling stream requests just fine. Can't seem to get Pinafore to grab stream data, but it seems to work fine when I log into other instances.

debug stuff, no picture annotation 

That seems to possibly have fixed it, but I'm still getting issues with streaming on ...

I'm wondering if any of those are related to the issue. Not seeing the ones after the first two on my main FE.

Testing to see if I actually fixed streaming. I moved Postgres into a docker container and I feel like the issue was referenced here: github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/

It's not the same setup, but it might be the same problem.

Perhaps this will fix it?
stackoverflow.com/questions/47

I really wasn't joking. This is a great deal and it's all games that are indie games or just older titles.

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Steam sales are great because if you're into older or indie games like me you get to buy lik 7 games for $50 which is still less than most new AAA titles these days.

Holy shit you gotta be kidding me there are 3 Ty the Tasmanian Tiger games how did I not know about this

I figured out the answer is that you can buy all 3 Tak games on GCN complete in box for about $35.

Those are some really Gamecube games, but you have to be ok with the fact that they're shitty licensed games from a series no one cares about.

Wait are you telling me there were 3 of these games? Why? Who really thought Tak was gonna be so good it needed 3 games??? No one even probably remembers that TV series anymore besides me

Wonder how much Tak: And the Power of Juju goes for these days

Updating to 1.18.0 of . Everything seems to still be working fine for the docker-compose build. There is a minor edit to the Dockerfile that is needed, though. It seems at some point alpine changed their python package to python3. That minor change causes the container to fail in the requirements install process.

I would push the change upstream, but it's so minor that it might be better to just let @nolan handle it.

Automated Twitter Repost 

I don't care how much Tsubasa fan service this game gives me, Kiria has my heart  t.co/pGoQSoPLVn

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masto.werefox.dev

Werefox Software is a collection of services self-hosted and administered by @shadow8t4@masto.werefox.dev, and is open to the public, along with our other services. We offer a curated set of guidelines and promote an open and welcoming community and strive to provide services and features that appeal to our members and their needs.